St. Patrick's Day Parade held in New York City
Fred "The Pan Man" Schulman taps his lucky pan as he watches the 249th St. Patrick's Day Parade on March 17, 2010 in New York City. UPI /Monika Graff
More than 1,000 people turned out for an unauthorized St. Patrick's Day parade in Moscow even though new Mayor Sergei Sobyanin canceled it, officials said.
U.S. President Obama -- or maybe O'Bama -- kept up a St. Patrick's Day tradition by welcoming Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny to the White House.
A crowd of about 600,000 people gathered Thursday for Dublin's St. Patrick's Day parade, one of 120 held across Ireland.
The water in the White House's north lawn fountain was dyed green Thursday in honor of St. Patrick's Day and a visit from Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny.
U.S. President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden meet with Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny Thursday in the Oval Office, the daily schedule indicated.
A Chicago singles group is suggesting specialized St. Patty's Day pickup lines including: "I may not have four leaves, but if you kiss me, I'll bring you luck!"
Some foreign reporters in China are trying to stir up protests, an official said Thursday, warning them they could be arrested if they violate regulations.
A Massachusetts woman whose Christmas decorations are still up said she augmented the display after receiving an anonymous letter asking her to take it down.
The owner of New York's McSorley's says his Irish bar will toast Michael Bloomberg despite the New York mayor's gaffe about "totally inebriated" Irish.
Dozens of Boston police officers have shaved their faces clean to enter a mustache-growing competition to benefit kids going to a local camp.